Porto and the North Restaurants

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  • 1. Cantina 32

    $$ | Portuguese

    This industrial-chic newcomer on Porto's culinary scene could pass as a Williamsburg or Kreuzberg hot spot if it weren’t for its predominantly...Read More

  • 2. Cantinho do Avillez

    $$$ | Portuguese

    José Avillez, the young, head-turning chef behind the two-Michelin-star restaurant Belcanto in Lisbon, has made a splash on the Porto culinary...Read More

  • 3. DOC

    $$$$ | Portuguese

    This striking modern restaurant 9 km (6 miles) from Régua, on the south bank of the Douro, draws gourmets from far and wide with chef Rui Paula...Read More

  • 4. Caldeireiros

    $ | Portuguese

    These days, embarking on a petiscos (Portuguese-style tapas) crawl is the trendiest way to dine in Porto, and there's no better place to sample...Read More

  • 5. Canelas de Coelho

    $ | Portuguese

    There's nothing traditional about this informal little place, which rings the culinary changes with dishes full of interesting combinations...Read More

  • 6. Cêpa Torta

    $ | Portuguese

    The "Twisted Vine," next to the cooperative winery in Alijó, is a sophisticated yet homey restaurant run by locals. Starters include bacalhau...Read More

  • 7. Gato Preto

    $$ | Portuguese

    Meaning "black cat," this sleek, family-run restaurant is on Régua's main strip, next to the Museu do Douro. The specialty is traditional Douro...Read More

  • 8. O Abocanhado

    $$$ | Portuguese

    Worth a trip for its stunning location and prizewinning design alone, this restaurant is also renowned for its regional cuisine. Perched in...Read More

  • 9. Buhle


    On a bluff high above the beach in Foz, you can hear the waves crash below as you dine on a mix of Japanese, Portuguese and Mediterranean fusion...Read More

  • 10. Bull and Bear

    $$$$ | Contemporary

    Even following the departure of celebrated chef Miguel Castro Silva for Lisbon, Bull & Bear remains a star in Porto's restaurant scene....Read More

  • 11. Shis

    $$$$ | Asian

    On a bluff high above the beach in Foz, you can hear the waves crash below as you dine on a mix of Japanese, Portuguese, and Mediterranean fusion...Read More

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